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5 disability aids to help you enjoy the Easter weekend

From a lightweight, portable ramp to a foldable wheelchair cup holder, we’ve rounded up five disability aids to make your time out and about over the Easter weekend stress-free and enjoyable.

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Accessibility guides for Manchester and Leeds – help make it happen

AccessAble, which has FREE access guides for more than 10,000 places accross the UK, wants to create accessibility guides for Manchester and Leeds. But it needs your help to do so…

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Disabled holidays: why the city of Setúbal is a hidden jewel

Looking for your next disabled holiday? Portugal4All Sense’s has an EXCLUSIVE holiday package to Setúbal in Portugal for Disability Horizons. It’s perfect for wheelchair users, those with mobility problems and visually impaired people.

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Using AIRA Access at the airport

Are you visually impaired and love to travel? Is so, you’ll want to read this blog post we’ve shared on using AIRA Access at the airport, an app to help people with visual impairments navigate through airports.

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Air travel made simple for wheelchair users with the easyTravelseat!

Invented by Josh, a wheelchair user and founder of easyTravelseat, find out how the Able Move travel seat for wheelchair users can help you to travel on an aeroplane much easier and more comfortably.

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Discover the key to independent living at Naidex 2019

Find out how you can live more independently at Naidex 2019. It’ll be packed with the latest assistive technology and mobility living aids to help you live independently, no matter what your disability.

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How to have the perfect accessible break

We’ve spoken to travel expert Carrie-Ann Lightley to get her top tips on travelling, no matter what your disability. Find out more about how you can solve your travel problems.

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Paris: an accessible destination for everyone

If you’re a wheelchair user or have mobility problems and are thinking of travelling to Paris, read this article from wheelchair user Derry, as he details the accessible attractions in Paris, as well as hotel and transport.

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5 accessible parks and gardens across the UK for anyone with a disability

Planning a day trip or holiday can take a great deal of time and effort if you’re disabled. You need to be sure that it’ll be accessible for you, to

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How the Access Card scheme can help you convey your needs

A scheme in the UK is continuing to support disabled people in disclosing their needs to providers in an easy and dignified manner. The Access Card simply translates a persons’